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to stay a whole day and have programs that will allow them to be competitive with children in china and india, if you need that to be a real situation in america for us to be competitive ten years from now when we're not in a recession, you have to look at that and say this is not smart policy for the long term. and whatever we have to do to protect and insulate those children, we do that. now, how do we do that, you know, they were talking about before with food stamps, that's the hammock versus safety net discussion. we don't want it to be a hammock for people where people just lounge around and expect to get food stamps forever but you need a safety net when the bottom falls out and the bottom has fallen out. at this point, it is very cool to be able to look -- not cool, kind of cruel, even, to be able to look at what people can buy, what they can get and whether or not that is sufficient. >> i think cory booker's doing a great thing. just having it on the desk here was fascinating, what you actually buy and realize you try to buy it in new york, for example, could cost you up to
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